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Co-creating Climate Change Education Materials with Immigrant and Refugee Communities in King County, WA

Imagine a place that experiences warmer temperatures and poorer air quality than other surrounding cities. Within this place, there are neighborhoods that are threatened by coastal flooding from storm surges and higher than average tides  that seem to extend to new places than years before.

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Exploring Climate Change through Video Games and Science Fiction: The Cascadia Project

One thing that makes discussing climate change with people difficult is the perception that the worst effects of climate change will happen sometime in the future, possibly after their lifetime. This makes it challenging to promote a sense of urgency to act on climate issues. 

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Ready, Set, Curb! A challenge for young students to act on climate

“Learning about climate change can sometimes be scary—terrifying, actually.”
The thought crossed my mind while out on a run during my first quarter of graduate school. Overall, I thought to myself, I’m really enjoying my program, but sometimes… sometimes the weight of studying climate science can become heavy. 

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Program on Climate Change Events

Spring Symposium

The 4th Annual Spring Symposium will be held in April/ May 2020 (date TBD).

Scientist-Teacher Workshops

Coming 18 May 2019: Does a few degrees of warming matter? 2019 Current Climate Change Workshop for High School Teachers

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